floramaria wrote:Disturbed sleep is the area where I am struggling most. Have incorporated a variety of things into nighttime regimen in order to optimize sleep but still do not consistently sleep well. Since I have trouble falling asleep, I have used morning blue light therapy, Evening blue blockers , no food within 3 hours of bedtime, no computer use or exercise within 2 hours of bedtime, evening meditation and/or gratitude journal, supplementing with melatonin, tryptophan, ashwaganda, magnesium and medical marijuana (indica), sleeping in a cool dark room. Occasionally I get what I consider to be a good night's sleep, but that is usually on a day following a night with wretched insomnia, or after a day when I am physically exhausted from something like a full day hike. Have not yet had my hormones checked, and maybe that is where to look next. What have others in the community done to improve sleep quality.?
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